Football

  • Ronaldinho says he joined Queretaro for 'titles and girls' Ronaldinho says he joined Queretaro for 'titles and girls' Ronaldinho was unveiled as a Queretaro player on Friday and though the move was a surprising one, his intentions are right in line with his reputation. The decorated party machine was very blunt about his aims at his first press conference. At 34 years old, it seems Ronaldinho has decided to be upfront about the lifestyle that has prompted many clubs and critics to question his commitment to the game. But...

Cricket

  • Shami, Umesh, Bhuvneshwar - India's Best Test Battery Ever! Shami, Umesh, Bhuvneshwar - India's Best Test Battery Ever! While you have a Bhuvneshwar to swing the ball, Shami has mastered the art of both swing and seam. And you can trust Umesh to toil day-in and day-out even when the pitch isn’t conducive to pace bowling. Yes, there was a Zaheer Khan before this and a Javagal Srinath before that, but they never had the striking partner that a Wasim Akram found in Waqar Younis or a James...

Tennis

  • Kontinen/Peers Retain Nitto ATP Finals Title Kontinen/Peers Retain Nitto ATP Finals Title They may not be finishing the season with the year-end No. 1 Emirates ATP Doubles Team Ranking, but Henri Kontinen and John Peers aren’t leaving the Nitto ATP Finals without hardware. After producing a serving masterclass, Kontinen and Peers defeated top-seeded Lukasz Kubot and Marcelo Melo, 6-4, 6-2, in 70 minutes to retain their title at the season finale. A year after capturing the trophy in London in their team debut, Kontinen...

Golf

  • Jutanugarn rallies to win after Thompson misses 2-foot putt Jutanugarn rallies to win after Thompson misses 2-foot putt Lexi Thompson won $1 million for the CME Race to the Globe and left so much more behind Sunday in the LPGA Tour's final event. Thompson was poised to win the CME Group Tour Championship and LPGA player of the year until she jabbed at a 2-foot par putt and missed it on the 18th hole at Tiburon Golf Club. That paved the way for Ariya Jutanugarn, who birdied her last...

Boxing

  • Terence Crawford vacates IBF 140 pound title Terence Crawford vacates IBF 140 pound title Terence Crawford (32-0, 23 KOs) has vacated the IBF light welterweight title. Crawford, 29, won both the WBA and IBF titles earlier this month with a third round knockout over Julius Indongo, having already captured the WBC and WBO belts. After the fight, the IBF ordered a fight between the American and Sergey Lipinets (12-0, 10 KOs), who was named Indongo's mandatory challenger last December. But Indongo was given an exception...